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The U.S. EPA's Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program is meant to collect accurate and timely GHG data from large GHG sources in the U.S. to inform future policy decisions. However, the companies affected by this rule can become overwhelmed staying up-to-date on the regular issuances and intricacies of the program.
The CE3 project, "Assisting Ohio Stakeholders with EPA's Mandatory Reporting Requirements," began in 2011 with the goal of facilitating a productive information exchange among Ohio facilities and state agencies affected by the U.S. EPA's GHG Reporting Program. Below are some examples of the work being conducted under this grant.
Interested in learning more about the U.S. EPA's Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program and how it could affect your business? Check out our Resources Page for everything from energy efficiency best practices to financing of emissions reduction projects to how other affected entities are tackling the reporting requirements. Visit the Resources Page.
September 27, 2013 Event: "A Workshop for Efficiency, Emissions and Energy Choices in Ohio"
Building upon the state and federal momentum in energy efficiency and emissions management, CE3's one-day workshop explored how efficiency measures can help Ohio stakeholders achieve their energy cost-savings and emissions goals. New this year, we presented two tracks 1) Efficiency & Emissions and 2) Shale Energy Topics to address Ohio's diverse energy resources. Senator Rob Portman provided the morning address, and more than two dozen expert speakers presented on energy-related topics throughout the day.
Click here to read a wrap-up article about the event.
To view the agenda, speaker bios and presentations from the September 27 workshop, click here.
September 18, 2012 Workshop: "Energy Choices for Ohio: Impacts of Efficiency, Technology & Carbon Management"
CE3 was pleased to host the workshop "Energy Choices for Ohio" on September 18, 2012 at the Quest Business & Conference Centers in Columbus, Ohio. More than 60 attendees primarily from business and state and local government attended the event, and heard presentations from nearly two dozen expert speakers discussing energy efficiency, greenhouse gas reporting, and the nexus between energy and emissions management.
Click here to read more about the presentation and Thomas Kiser's presentation to workshop attendees.
Click here to read CE'3 case study on Worthington Energy Innovations as it engages its "Green Machine Protocol" to guarantee energy efficiency.
To view the agenda, speaker bios and presentations from the September 18 workshop, click here.
December 13, 2011 Webinar: "U.S. EPA's Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program Webinar: Navigating the Process and Understanding the Impacts"
March 7, 2012 Webinar: "U.S. EPA's Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program Webinar: Navigating the Process and Understanding the Impacts - Part II"
The Ohio University Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs activities under this grant are supported by funding from the U.S. EPA through Assistance Agreement No. XA-83492901-0. The CE3 project, "Assisting Ohio Stakeholders with EPA's Mandatory Reporting Requirements," began in 2011 with the goal of facilitating a productive information exchange among Ohio facilities and state agencies affected by the U.S. EPA's GHG Reporting Program. Please contact Elissa Welch at email@example.com for additional information.